Duterte: Wala akong pakialam sa ratings

Michaela Andrea
PUBLISHED October 23, 2017 09:38 am
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(Inside Manila) “Wala akong pakialam d’yan sa rating.”

President Rodrigo Duterte brushed aside his survey ratings and said that he simply focuses on doing his work.  

He explained that he had already won the rating upon getting six million votes over the next presidential candidate in 2016 national elections. 

“I am done with ratings when I had a margin of six million votes in the last elections. That was my rating,” he said during the 38th MassKara Festival in Bacolod on Sunday, October 22.

“Whether I go up or I go down I really do not give a sh—,” he said.

Poll bodies Social Weather Stations and Pulse Asia Survey noted that decline in the ratings of the president despite having a “very good” overall satisfaction rating as a public official.

Duterte said that he only focuses on doing his job as the highest official of the land who is serving the Filipino people.

In the same speech, Duterte said that he is not ready to resume peace talks with rebels and asked them to stop the killing.



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